Fields of expertise
- Interaction between residential and daily mobility
- Cross-border daily mobility
- Trans-border integration
- Spatio-temporal behaviours
- Spatial analysis
- Geo-visualization of urban rythms
Urban and regional planning is at the articulation of spatial policies's impacts. Several scales, many actors and multiple domains do have importance. The concepts, methods and models of engineering, architecture and humanities are required.
The course aims to identify the determinants of mobility patterns and the possibilities of regulating modal split (car, public transportation, walk, etc.), spatial distribution and generation of of trips.
The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the sociology of habitat and the tools it offers to think about the concomitant evolution of ways of life and spatial and political organization of the territory.
This week ENAC aims to apprehend urban construction sites as key moments in the territorial fabric, in the articulation between urban planning and the effective implementation of a vision for the territory.